during the early days of Snowpocalypse i made a stew. it was damn good. too bad for you that i won't share the recipe, it's a possible entry for a cookbook my blog friend Amy of Poor Girl Gourmet will be working on. however, she was so kind to share it with me. don't be jealous.
i read her rabbit post with rapt attention. i've had rabbit before, at a spanish restaurant. having it butchered and then cook with it? intriguing. however, the dollars needed for a freshly butchered Roger Rabbit was not something i was going to shell out, i bought it already done & packaged. it was still $12 for 3lbs. (!!) further, i was squeamish about cutting it up. i.just.could.not.do.it. so nuria got on board. she was all about it, rabbit is her favorite meat.
i served this on a bed of whipped sweet potato with a glass of red, actually the same red i had cooked the bunny in. it was delicious.
nuria tells me that rabbits are so rampant in australia that they view them more like rats and not so much like food. rabbit tastes so good but to put them in the same league as rats gives me the heebyjeebies.
today's song: Lady Antebellum, Need You Now